The Guardian has recently included the park on it’s list of 10 best new attractions to visit in 2021
This exciting redevelopment project was backed with £1.7 million of EU funds through the Welsh Government’s Tourism Attractor Destination Programme. The park hopes to attract an estimated 40,000 additional tourists, outdoor enthusiasts and local residents each year.
We were appointed by the Rural Office for Architecture to carry out a site noise monitoring survey, a noise impact assessment and we also provided advice on noise and acoustic issues for the redevelopment. Please click here for the project details.